Re: [forum] Invitation
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Alexander Kellett writes: > > i sent in a patch for a mouse driver a couple of years > back and recieved no reply whatsoever, of course, now i've > learnt a bit more about the need for "resend 5" subject lines, > but still, it would be really nice if i could have simply added > the patch to bugzilla. gentoo is a very good example of this > working. now at least xfree86 actually has a bugzilla, but still, > its extremely empty. hopefully it will get some more usage. could > you (or whoever is responsible) add a link too it on the > xfree86.org page? (currently i see the new item only) This would be our webmasters job. I'll send a note. Thanks for reminding. > > a [core|desktop]-devel list is required then. both of the > current mailing lists are currently full of so much fluff > as to make them useless for me at least. > Well, the previous system of mailing lists has been abandoned as being too complicated. Many people subscribed to a specific special purpose list and 'abused' it to discuss other subjects as they enjoyed the low volume. Social control didn't work there. We need to discuss what would be the best compromise between multiple lists and simplicity. Egbert.
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